Bikers Loft Groenedijk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the many bars and cafés. They also promote themselves as a romantic town. One of the cafés has red roses covering the entire ceiling. Many of the buildings in Bruge are old. Some of them have been around since the 15th century. There are also modern reconstructions of older medieval buildings, A greater part of the town with a population of about 20 000 locals ...
Saturday morning, still raining slightly, set off for Menin. Set the GPS for Menin town centre. Still can't get used to the car turning itself off when you stop for traffic lights etc. Depress the clutch and the motor starts again. Arrived in Menin town centre and John was determined to see the Menin Gate. He went into a number of shops and tried to get directions but no English spoken. Tried again at a pub but the old guys in there were a ...
Another stopover for the night before we head to Calais to catch the P & O ferry in the morning for the Chanel crossing.
We drive into Brugge and thankfully for our GPS it took us through the winding one-way cobble stone streets just wide enough for one car - straight to the front door of our hotel which I am sure we would have missed if we had to look for it ...
... the real treat of Bruges is getting lost in its maze of cobblestone streets and canals. You will often end up on a street or in a square that you thought you had long since abandoned. Bruges's self-proclaimed likeness to Venice is accurate, though its street name and house numbering system is at least moderately coherent. And such is how we experienced Bruges. Though the day started out cloudy and windy (with a few bouts of heavy rain thrown in for good measure), the ...
I made it safe and sound to Belgium. It is absolutely beautiful and the weather so far has been such a change from the cold rainy Ireland. My flight arrived at an airport about a 45 minute bus ride from Brussels. When I arrived in Brussels I had to get on the train to Oostende which was about a 1 hour ride and also my first public rail experience. Pretty cool. I visited with a nice couple from ...